The progressive Working Families Party is wading into Brooklyn’s judicial races, endorsing a left-leaning public defender in Central Brooklyn.

The party tapped Legal Aid Society lawyer Marva Brown for Civil Court in the 2nd Municipal District, which covers parts of Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights — saying she would bring about a “more equitable legal system” while sitting on the bench.

“Civil Court judges have the power to mold a more equitable legal system for our city, where New Yorkers are not penalized for poverty, immigration status, or race,” said WFP’s New York State Director Sochie Nnaemeka in a statement.

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The progressive Working Families Party is wading into Brooklyn’s judicial races, endorsing a left-leaning public defender in Central Brooklyn.

The party tapped Legal Aid Society lawyer Marva […]

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